Bromose

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Etymology[edit]

Genericized trademark.

Noun[edit]

Bromose (uncountable)

  1. A dry non-dairy product made from nuts, invented in 1896 by John Harvey Kellogg as a vegetarian substitute for milk. It took the form of powder or tablets to be dissolved in water.
    • 1896, The Stomach by John Harvey Kellogg:
      BROMOSE, an exceedingly palatable food preparation, consists of cereals and nuts, in which the starch is completely digested, the nuts perfectly cooked, and their fat emulsified.

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